ESCMID Study Group for Clinical Parasitology - ESGCP

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News & Activities

2021 Annual Report Published

The Annual Report showcasing the achievements of the previous year is now available to view. Be sure to check out the report to see what the Study Group was able to accomplish in 2021 as well as what they plan for the future.

New ESGCP Executive Committee elected

Here is the new ESGCP Executive Committee:

  • Caroline Ronnberg, Sweden (Chair)
  • Florence Robert-Gangneux, France (Secretary)
  • Jaco Verweij, Netherlands (Treasurer)
  • Jaya Shrivastava, United Kingdom (Education Officer)
  • Francesca Tamarozzi, Italy (Science Officer)

We thank all previous Executive Committee for their excellent work over the last years. We are looking forward to continuing this work.

You can find the full election report here

ESCMID Postgraduate Education Course

ESCMID/ASID Course on Infectious Diseases in Pregnant Women, Fetuses and Newborns

Co-organised by ESGCP, ESCMID and the Australasian Society for Infectious Diseases (ASID)

14 – 16 September 2018, Sydney, Australia


This course will provide updated information in aninterdisciplinary setting on: epidemiology and burden of infectious diseases in pregnancy and newborns; pathogenesis of maternal, fetal and neonatal infections; pre- and post-natal counselling for women regarding perinatal infections; collaborative diagnostic and clinical pathways for management of infections in pregnant women and newborns; prevention and therapy of vertically transmitted infections.


Course material in the ESCMID eLibrary

ESCMID Postgraduate Education Course

Workshop on Migrants’ Health

Co-organised by ESGCP, ESGVH, ESGEM, ESGMYC, the Ministry of Health of Oman, the ESCMID Task Force for Emerging Infections (EITaF), WHO EMRO, ECDC

8 – 10 March 2018 Muscat, Oman

Course Objectives: to highlight the initiatives for monitoring migrants’ health, prevent and control infectious diseases in migrants in GCC and EMRO; to discuss the impact of migrants on the health systems of the hosting countries especially for vaccine preventable diseases, importation of communicable diseases and AMR; to present the ways to enhance GCC / EMRO preparedness for infectious diseases in migrants during peace and conflict; to highlight the importance of intergovernmental and international organizations collaboration required to address migrants’ health needs in GCC / EMRO; to discuss the role and impact of migrants on the elimination programs for TB, malaria, HIV and hepatitis B and C viruses, and what strategies countries can follow to address the challenge; to discuss the ways on how countries can establish surveillance and integrated research for migrants’ health


Course material in the ESCMID eLibrary